>> hey, tim. >> he skypes. it's helped him connect with polyglots all over the world. for example, richard lives in southeastern europe. >> he's helping me out with my german. i've been speaking to him in hebrew, which, actually, he knows pretty well, surprisingly, for the little amount of time he's put in. he's very talented. >> so, do talented people like tim have any advice for the rest of us? >> i think, really, it relates to constant, constant exposure, i mean, the same way that, you know, someone who's really dedicated to history or literature finds the time to do that and might become an expert in that field, right? i've found that my real passion is languages, and so i've pursued it. >> as with just about everything in life, there's no substitute for hard work. so i'll just say adiós, au revoir, zài jin, and arrivederci.